Piping the Earth

Judith Shatin composer

Release Date: February 1, 2012
Catalog #: RR7825
Format: Digital
21st Century
String Orchestra
Wind Ensemble

PIPING THE EARTH was originally released in 2003 and was lauded as “strong and original” (Fanfare) and “a major release” (New Music Connoisseur). Featuring perfectly interpreted performances by pianist Gayle Martin Henry, flutist Renee Siebert, and Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Prism Chamber Orchestra, PIPING THE EARTH provides listeners with an adept sampling of Judith Shatin’s orchestral prowess.


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Artist Information

Judith Shatin


Called a true sound artist, who ". . .applies sound to the airwaves the same way a painter applies colors to canvas," (Fanfare), Judith Shatin is a composer whose music is inspired by a keen interest in literature and the visuals arts, and by the sounding world. She has been commissioned by organizations including the Barlow Endowment and Fromm Foundation, the Library of Congress and many more. Ensembles such as the American Composers Orchestra, Ensemble Berlin PianoPercussion, the Kronos Quartet and the National, Illinois and Richmond Symphonies have also commissioned her work.